NZEC error in Python

Hello guys, now we are going to learn about NZEC error in Python with some cool and easy examples. In many situations, you might have to come up with this error. If you are here looking for the solution, then you are moving in the right direction. Because in this tutorial we gonna find out what is this error and how to avoid it.

Before going to the code or examples let me explain the NZEC error. Generally, NZEC occurs when the code output wants to return the zero but unable to do so. Then the error occurs.

You can learn about errors in Python:
User-Defined Errors In Python

NZEC error

Let me explain with an easy example:
At first, I am taking the two user inputs without using any split. The user enters the two inputs in the same line by splitting.

Wrong code:

n=int(input())
m=int(input())
print(m+n)

Input:

3 4

Now the output looks like:

Output:

Invalid nzec error

We got this error because we didn’t use the split in code, but we have split the input. So to avoid this type of nzec errors, now¬† we are going to learn the correct code

Correct code to avoid this error:

a=[int(x) for x in input().split()]
print(*a,sep=" ")

Input:

2 3

Now the output looks like:

Output:

2 3

Therefore, now we have seen an example of NZEC error. You can see here in the first code we are getting nzec error because we didn’t use any split code, but while giving the input we split the inputs. So in the next code, we used split code and we got the output. I hope you guys enjoyed it.

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